October 2019 news
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A new research project will evaluate peer support initiatives for people with a lived experience of dementia, with the aim of improving care in Scotland and across the UK.
The needs of suicidal children are at risk of being overlooked due to gaps in policy and inconsistencies in how the issue is approached globally, according to experts.
Scotland’s proud boxing history is to be preserved in a new archive - housed at the University of Stirling - following a funding award by The National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Award-winning coach Steven Tigg is set to travel to Tokyo with Team GB for the 2020 Olympic Games – making him the first University of Stirling representative to be selected for next year’s competition.
Student footballers at the University of Stirling are preparing for one of their biggest games of the season – as they aim to make the Scottish Cup Third Round for the second consecutive year.
Researchers have received a multi-million pound grant to investigate innovative interventions to support children and young people impacted by domestic abuse.
The complex nature of poverty was the subject of discussion at a special event held at the University of Stirling. The event, bringing together researchers, policymakers and practitioners, marked the culmination of Challenge Poverty Week, which ran from 7 – 11 October.
An innovative sports science tool – based on the research of a University of Stirling academic – is aiming to revolutionise talent identification and development in youth football players.
Women who use steroids may be at “higher risk” because discussions around the issue are often dominated by men, new research has revealed.
The experiences of former European settlers of colonial Algeria will be the focus of a new online course launched by the University of Stirling.
A senior Scottish Government minister has heard how University of Stirling research and innovation can help realise the Scottish Government’s target of net zero emissions.
The University of Stirling’s £20 million sports facilities redevelopment has reached another major milestone after building work reached its highest point.
Items from Scotland’s sporting past shared the limelight with some of the country’s top sporting stars on the red carpet at a prestigious awards ceremony this week.
Eating mussels three times per week may bring about significant health benefits – such as reduced risk of cardiac arrest – thanks to their omega-3 fatty acid properties.
The University of Stirling has further strengthened its global network with the signing of an agreement with Moi University in Kenya.
More than 60 students from the University of Stirling celebrated their achievements at the Singapore Institute of Management Global Education (SIM GE) graduation ceremony.
More than 40 students are starting degree courses this year after completing a University of Stirling access to higher education programme.
A film – made by University of Stirling graduates – exploring inclusion within the world of rugby will be screened on the opening night of an international film festival.